Welcome to EAB, Windowsboy.
Most people here at EAB (myself included) have a soft spot for 'dead' machines and nostalgia in general.
Yes, Windows XP is better than Workbench and yes, the Amiga isn't commercially viable anymore (although we have seen Quake 2, Hexen II and Knights and Merchants the past few years).
However, this is a discussion board about the Amiga, its games and its community. Most people on this board have used the Amiga almost on a daily basis in the late eighties and nineties and most people admit the whole community and culture that surrounded the Amiga makes it so unique. This is what we still fondly remember and we are all aware this will never be matched by the current mass-market PCs and consoles.